Aurora Melbourne Central224 La Trobe Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

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Urban's three favourite things about Aurora Melbourne Central:

  • The outstanding amount of amenities.
  • Elenberg Fraser's iconic sculptural glass design.
  • A vibrant mixed use tower reflecting the needs of the people.

An enviable location in Melbourne Central that will inspire

Soaring 92 floors above the bustling LaTrobe Street in Melbourne’s northern quarter of the CBD, Aurora Melbourne Central is the latest Elenberg Fraser designed skyscraper to grace the city comprising of 941 spectacular and spacious apartments.

ABOUT AURORA MELBOURNE CENTRAL

Aurora Melbourne Central has become the tallest integrated mixed-use tower in the city with over 6 levels of commercial office space, ground floor retail tenants, residential apartments and amenities and an underground connection to Melbourne Central Station concourse, connecting residents to immediate and extensive public transportation.

Amenities within the tower for residents include:

  • A 25 metre lap pool with poolside lounges.
  • A plunge pool and jacuzzi.
  • Karaoke rooms and private lounge spaces.
  • Private bookable dining rooms with chef’s kitchen.
  • Gymnasium.
  • Cigar room and Library.
  • A wellness centre and plenty more.

The city-living experience with modern style

The tower stands at LaTrobe Street across from Melbourne’s major retail precinct headed by Melbourne Central, with over 350 retail stores and an entertainment and dining precinct on the upper levels which connect via skybridge to Emporium Shopping Centre with over 200 retail stores anchored by premium clothing brands such as Uniqlo and leading Australian department stores, Myer and David Jones.

Diagonally across from Aurora is the Melbourne State Library, Australia’s oldest public library and one of the first free libraries in the World which is surrounded by the University precinct of RMIT where educational facilities, quirky cafes and bars service the over 40,000 daily students that attend this area of the CBD.

The northern Central Business District has seen some unprecedented urban renewal and development over the past 5 years with over 20,000 new properties and apartments built in that time turning the sleepy, underutilised corner into a vibrant and cultural hub of activity that connects the city back to the iconic Queen Victoria Market and Flagstaff Gardens.

Enveloped in contemporary design and urban vogue

With population increase, residential towers such as Aurora are important in maintaining growth in a sustainable and positive way, bringing human density to the city centre to keep a high night time population thus utilising commercial, empty space and curbing urban sprawl.

Developed by UEM Sunrise in collaboration with building company Probuild, the tower has been successfully topped out as of August 2019 with floors 10 to 60 occupied by residents and purchasers.
252 serviced apartments are also available for purchase at Aurora Melbourne with comfortable and spacious floor plans ranging between 50 and 120sqm of open living space and floor to ceiling windows to maximise the amount of natural light streaming into each apartment, providing a feeling of warmth and calmness.

Smart apartment living in a prized position

The exterior’s structure is beautifully coated in a purple and blue hue glazed glass that wraps around the curved facade and gives the building its shine. 2.4km of LED strip lighting has been installed to the curtain exterior of the tower to enhance its dynamic form at night and recognition as a world class landmark of Melbourne.

The LED colours change dramatically in pattern and are connected to a programmed light management system. The facade fin elements are strategically positioned and designed to reduce overlooking between apartments.

Cutting edge tech integrated with streamlined luxury

Aurora Melbourne Central is truly one of the most dynamic and architecturally gifted skyscrapers in Melbourne and possible Australia and has already made its mark on the city skyline.

UEM Sunrise are also responsible for the development of another iconic Melbourne tower, The Conservatory Residences, a sustainable 42 level residential tower topped by an impressive LED Crown rooftop with magnificent city and parkland views, gardens and jacuzzi’s.

Aurora becomes Melbourne’s fourth tallest tower and the sixth tallest in the country with the tallest tower in Australia, Australia 108 only surpassing by 42 metres.

 

Development Information

Architects:
Who is the Builder appointed for Aurora Melbourne Central?:
Local Government Area:
Melbourne (City)
Project Status:
Completed
Listing Type:
Residential
Building Type:
High-rise
Estimated Completion Date:
2019
Nearby Public Transport:
Melbourne Central Station
Building Height:
267.15 Metres
Floor Count:
92
Number of Buildings:
1
Bike Spaces:
781
Car Spaces:
362
Number of Residences:
1142

Meet the team behind Aurora Melbourne Central

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Nearby education

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  • Primary
RMIT University
124 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Main
0.2km away
Victoria University
256, 283, 295 & 300 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Satellite
0.3km away
La Trobe University
360 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Satellite
0.8km away
Monash University
271 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3004
Satellite
0.8km away
Charles Darwin University
271 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Satellite
0.8km away
Stott's Colleges
Level 1-6, 168 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
0.7km away
Ozford College
Levels 7 & 9 310 King Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
0.8km away
Holmes Secondary College
185 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
0.9km away
Simonds Catholic College
273 Victoria Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003
Private
0.9km away
Academy of Mary Immaculate
88 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Private
1.2km away
Carlton Gardens Primary School
215 Rathdowne Street, Carlton VIC 3053
Public
1.1km away
North Melbourne Primary School
210 Errol Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051
Public
1.6km away
Sacred Heart School
107 King William Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Private
1.6km away
Carlton Primary School
Cnr Palmerston & Drummond Sts, Carlton VIC 3053
Public
1.7km away
Fitzroy Primary School
319 George Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Public
2km away

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News about Aurora Melbourne Central

UEM Sunrise suffers $120m blow to Melbourne skyscraper
UEM Sunrise suffers $120m blow to Melbourne skyscraper
16th September 2019

UEM Sunrise suffers $120m blow to Melbourne skyscraper

Ascendas' decision to terminate the purchase agreement comes months before final handover of apartments in Aurora skyscraper.
Aurora Melbourne Central floor plans
Aurora Melbourne Central floor plans
26th August 2019

Aurora Melbourne Central floor plans

A typical 3 bed, 2 bathroom corner apartment floor plan. 252 serviced apartments and 941 residences make up Aurora Melbourne Central . Including superb one, two and...
Aurora Melbourne Central pricing
Aurora Melbourne Central pricing
5th July 2019

Aurora Melbourne Central pricing

895 of the 941 apartments offered by Aurora Melbourne Central had been sold as of November 2014 with 75% of the purchases being made by international investors. Prices...
Reaching new heights: Melbourne’s new tallest building ‘Aurora’ tops out
Reaching new heights: Melbourne’s new tallest building ‘Aurora’ tops out
5th April 2019

Reaching new heights: Melbourne’s new tallest building ‘Aurora’ tops out

The highly anticipated Aurora Melbourne Central has officially 'topped out' and claimed the title of Melbourne’s tallest building in the CBD. Aurora’s developers UEM...
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Aurora Melbourne Central Receives Green Light
Aurora Melbourne Central Receives Green Light
28th October 2018

Aurora Melbourne Central Receives Green Light

One of the city's tallest proposed residential buildings has been given the green light to proceed. The tower at 224–252 La Trobe Street will now head to sales under the moniker Aurora Melbourne Central.
A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018
A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018
24th September 2018

A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018

Well and truly into Spring, we've hit peak spring-like weather in Melbourne. Warm one day, cold for the next three! I've been on leave for a month so I've added a few of...
A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018
A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018
24th September 2018

A snapshot of Melbourne's construction - September 2018

Well and truly into Spring, we've hit peak spring-like weather in Melbourne. Warm one day, cold for the next three! I've been on leave for a month so I've added a few of...